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Formitrol for PCOS and losing weight

Hi. I am suffering from PCOS and have been advised to take Formitol tablets. Is it useful for PCOS? Can I lose weight by taking it? ## Hello Priya, Formitrol is not a drug sold in the United States and is not accepted by the FDA. Since I live in the states my knowledge of this drug is limited but I will share with you the information that I was able to find. According to the manufacturer Formitrol can be used to treat PCOS and is more of a vitamin than a medicine. This vitamin is also reported to aid the following issues depression, schizophrenia, alzheimer’s disease, insomnia, high cholesterol, nerve pain, psoriasis, PCOS (Polycystic ovary syndrome), impotence. There are no listed side effects so I don't know if this will cause you to lose weight. Since this drug doesn't ... ...

Updated in Women's Health / Fertility
will krimson 35 help me in loosing weight and curing acne

I am 19 years old. I have been taking FORMITOL (contains metformin) since my doctor told me that I have PCOS. Recently, I consulted another Gynae, she prescribed me Krimson 35 saying that I have normal GTT level, so I don't need to take metformin. I haven't started taking Krimson 35 as i haven't got my periods yet. My breast are large. I am afraid that it may enlarge my breasts even more. I have severe acne and hirsutism too. I am not able to loose weight despite exercising and dieting. Can you tell me whether this tablet will help me in curing acne and loosing weight? And what effect will it have on breasts and other parts of my body? ## This is an oral contraceptive tablet, so yes, it may help to rebalance your hormones, which might resolve your problems. The only way to f... ...

Updated in Metformin
Help with polycystic problem

Hello. I'm unmarried having polycyst.. since 2yrs I'm gettng irregular periods. I took iron supplements initially. Last year I consulted a doctor and she confirmed that I have polycyst in ovaries, so she gave 3 months of medication: cypocare n ova Q. After that again I consulted her but my polycyst didn't get reduced.. So she again prescribed the same medication called cypocare n formitol for another 3 months but I didn't get confidence from this treatment. So after two months I recently consulted another doctor. She gave me chrominac for 3 months n meprate. Now my question is will dis medication help me in curing this polycyst? Because I'm planning to get married soon.. and I don't want this problem to impact my pregnancy. How can I cure this polycyst? I am worr... ...


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